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microsoft opens hackers site!!

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  1. von kain New Member

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    microsoft open a site for hackers.... it call it hackers @ microsoft...

    it is made so hackers(not crackers) help microsoft to become more secure.....

    http://blogs.msdn.com/hackers/


    WTF:eek::eek::eek::wtf::wtf::wtf::wtf:
     
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  2. niko084

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    Lol....

    Tell them to give me the source code for Vista and I'll let them know :)
     
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    like you know anything about computers niko
     
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  4. niko084

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    ohh I know... Just brain dead.... I buy alienware.... :cry::cry:
     
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  5. von kain New Member

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    sometimes i think my post isn't any good people never say anything about the main post
    :cry:
     
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    So MS would like us to teach them how to become secure...lol what a joke.
     
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    No it's not a joke its very simple.... *close the company* :ohwell:
     
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  8. von kain New Member

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    i think is like a bay step evolve more people to the os



    i know i am a microsoft fan too
     
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    Well overall its not a bad idea, they need the direct help of those that are willing to help them. I can't really blame Microsoft for being so vulnerable... When EVERYONE uses it, everyone attacks it, and your always one step behind.
     
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    *{8}* <-- sound of the worlds smallest violin playing ... :)
     
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    niko you have a point but keep in mind microsoft is a way well paid company and for some time it has have the biggest minds if they want they could
     
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    No they couldn't its not possible period.
    The only way to totally secure is to totally lock and separate..

    Which means.. No network, no internet, no install, no writing to the drive, no writing to ram.

    And even then if the right person got their hands on your equipment they could get you.

    ****
    Non existence is the only pure proof way of secure with technology and computers.
     
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    While I agree entirely with your comment, unfortunately, the contents of most bras are about as attractive as SecuROM protection.
     
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